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Unformatted text preview: I. Introduction Paragraph a. Thesis Statement b. Supporting Statements II. Body Perks given to colleges a. College/Credit companies collaborations III. Body College students in debt a. Average student debt b. Consequences of debt IV. Body Misconceptions of credit cards a. Students think money is free b. Rely on buy now pay later. c. Material items bought V. Body Education a. Required classes for all students b. Propose laws to limit credit cards on campuses VI. Conclusion Paragraph VII. References Credit card companies should not be on college campuses preying on students. Allowing credit card companies to target students on college campuses is detrimental to most students' financial well being. It has been reported that college students hold $13 billion in discretionary income and therefore represent a huge market for credit card companies (Norvilitis, 2002). Through associations with clubs on campus these companies bribe students with free shirts, free food, great prizes, and often times...
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